Jason Davis — March 21, 2020 When you have a technical SEO checklist. Regardless of the size of website. You should consider it before you deploy it to the web. Technical SEO can be easily overlooked because of cost. But the cost is on the owner of the website. When a technical SEO checklist is … Continue reading Technical SEO Checklist to Optimize Your Website
Boris Steiner — February 13, 2020 Technical debt seems like a topic that resides completely in the domain of a Development Team. They are responsible for delivering a potentially releasable Increment after all. But might there be more to it for a Product Owner? More to know, more to deal with, more to take care … Continue reading Technical Debt for Product Owners
John Lincoln — February 12, 2020 Technical SEO is the process of optimizing your website for search. It helps search bots discover, understand, and index your site. It also helps you gain rank with popular keywords. Unfortunately, it’s easy to neglect certain aspects of technical SEO. When you do that, your rank will suffer. In … Continue reading Technical SEO: 16 Common Issues That Will Tank Your Rankings
Fredrik Wendt — January 20, 2020 Should the PO really balance the level of technical debt? I just had this conversation (January 24, 2020) at Sweden’s “big” agile conference, Agila Sverige. There were many interpretations, understandings and strategies around this. I think it mostly boiled down to these two ways of looking at and arguing … Continue reading Should the Product Owner Balance Technical Debt?
Liz Kislik — January 15, 2020 When John Rouda interviewed me for Geek Leaders, a podcast geared toward IT and tech people, we chatted about a generally under-discussed topic: leadership’s responsibility to integrate tech people into the larger organization, not just “onboard” them to the tech team. Many leaders assume they can plug-and-play tech people, … Continue reading How to Get the Best from Technical Workers
Sean Malseed — July 19, 2019 — July 19, 2019 Much has been said about AMP, the Accelerated Mobile Pages project spearheaded by Google, both glowingly for and bitterly against. Whatever your personal take is, though, Google is doubling down on pushing AMP in all of their properties, from AMP-powered Gmail that other providers will … Continue reading AMP Stories: A Technical Look Under the Hood
By Ruud Hein May 21st, 2019 For 10 years now, the crawler I use for the technical SEO website audits I do at Search Engine People is what’s nowadays called TechSEO360. A hidden gem; cost-effective, efficient (crawls any site of any size), forward looking (e.g.: had AJAX support before other such crawler tools did). I’ve … Continue reading TechSEO360 Crawler Guide – Sitemaps and Technical SEO Audits
Lidia Staron — May 15, 2019 — May 15, 2019 A lot of businesses must maintain their visibility and relevance in a search engine box. Data is king in 2019 because people don’t look on the yellow pages anymore to look for products and services. They immediately got to a search engine box to look … Continue reading What to Know About Technical SEO in 2019
Ritu Sharma — May 12, 2019 Follow @realritusharma — May 12, 2019 SEO agencies need a variety of tools for different monitoring and analytical purposes. Luckily there are a number of tools that suit the different needs. But what if you just want to have the essentials? Well, this is a list of 10 essentials … Continue reading 10 Essential Technical SEO Tools for Agencies
Stefan Wolpers — March 8, 2019 Follow @StefanW — March 8, 2019 TL;DR: Technical Debt & Scrum If technical debt is the plague of our industry, why isn’t the Scrum Guide addressing the question of who is responsibly dealing with it? To make things worse, if the Product Owner’s responsibility is to maximize the value … Continue reading Technical Debt & Scrum: Who Is Responsible?